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XXL MOBs

XXL MOBs

By Ashok Selvam  |  September 15, 2012

While new medical office buildings have been added to the landscape across the country, the trend toward larger multispecialty practices is driving the need for supersized physician spaces.

Built-in efficiencies

Built-in efficiencies

By Andis Robeznieks  |  May 19, 2012

As healthcare construction costs continue to escalate, it's become generally accepted that typical general acute-care hospitals will cost about $1 million a bed—except in California.

New Navy hospital sailing along

New Navy hospital sailing along

By Andis Robeznieks  |  May 19, 2012

The new replacement naval hospital at Camp Pendleton near San Diego will cost $451 million and will have only 67 beds. But with almost 2,000 outpatient and 131 emergency department visits projected for the building each day, it's not meant to be a typical inpatient facility.

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